I saw this Mr. T drawing [link] and it was so cool I had to ink and color it.
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T-Fact: Mr. T's tears are the secret to eternal life. Unfortunately, Mr. T has never cried. When he was born and the doctor spanked him, he ripped open his chest to show the doctor his lungs worked and then proceeded to impregnate 4 of the nurses.
Dial H For Hero: "Dialing It In" When teenagers Chris King and Vicki Grant stumbled upon two mystical dials, they discovered they could transform into a different super-powered persona each time they dialed H-E-R-O! I decided to go a little retro for this one, since this Dialing H Duo premiered circa 1979.
Donna Troy & Kyle Rayner "Date Night" She was once Wonder Girl. And he became the newest Green Lantern. After each suffered tremendous personal loss, they found each other. A lot of comic fans really liked Kyle & Donna as a couple, so I've captured their romance in this commission piece.
What you've all been waiting for... the Young Justice version of The Wonder Twins: Zan and Jayna. I saw a "reboot" fan art of the Wonder Twins by Andrew Trabbold that inspired a lot of the costume [link] , but I also tweaked it so it fit more with the Young Justice style and had a bit more of the original 60's look to it. Anyway I hope everyone likes it.
The Wonder Twins were Created by E. Nelson Bridwell and Ramona Fradon for the Superfriends. The Young Justice television show was created by Greg Weisman and Brandon Vietti. All are the property of DC Comics.
Shown here are Zan (the boy), Gleek (the monkey), and Jayna (the girl) of the Wonder Twins.
I had a dream where Beast Boy was injured (sadly not dead), and the Teen Titans needed an Animal shape-shifter for an important mission. So Robin reached out to an old friend who used to worked with, the Wonder Twins. He warned the team that they were a bit off, but otherwise good people. For the rest of the story Zan and Jayna were their normal corny selves, and at first everyone was rolling their eyes at them. But then slowly everyone started liking them, which started pissing Beast Bitch off. Zan, Jayna and Starfire all got along because they were all Aliens, Cyborg thought Jayna was funny because of her burns to her brother, and Raven admired the twins professionalism durning battle. The longer they stayed, Beast Bitch got more and more jealous of them, mostly Jayna, because her animal forms were more advanced. (plus she could talk as an animal while he could --> it was the animated show's universe) Anyway, that was the dream that produced this masterpiece.
(Oh, also in the dream, the Wonder Twins had emergency rings that allowed them to shape-shift if they couldn't come in contact with the other. It held DNA of the opposite sibling, so they could shape-shift for short periods of time. Naturally their real transformation lasted however long they need it. They also didn't need to touch each other to deactivate, and in the dream they didn't call out "Wonder Twins Power Activate" or what they were changing into, they just fist bumped and changed.)
Zan and Janya were created by E. Nelson Bridwell and Ramona Fradon for the Hanna-Barbera program The All-New Super Friends and are owned by DC Comics. Aquaman was created by Mort Weisinger and Paul Norris, and is also owned by DC Comics.
For this image of the Fantastic Four I pretty much used the designs given to them in the Ultimate Marvel Universe. There's only minor changes. I thought the prominent white in the uniforms of the most recent animated series had a good look to it, so I incorporated that.